6 Great Green Holiday Gifts For Girls

by , 11/28/12

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1. D.I.Y. NECKTIE SKIRT – Handmade Mess

Here’s what you’ll need:
- 6 men’s silk neckties in various patterns and colors
- 4” wide black elastic, enough to go around the wearer’s waist.
- Sharp scissors
- Iron and ironing board
- Sewing machine and thread

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2. HINTERFOLK DOLLS £20 – Jes Hunt

The creation of Jes Hunt, each of these remarkable dolls are illustrated by hand. “When I asked UK-based illustrator Jes Hunt, the creator of Hinterfolk, for more information about these dolls, I discovered that she in fact might be the real-life version of the doll maker in the book. According to Jes, these characters inhabit the forested recesses of her imagination and are inspired by shamans and the costumes from various traditional folk cultures around the world.” – DesignSponge

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3. D.I.Y. 3-D PRINTED CUSTOM RECORDS – Fred27

“A little while ago I stumbled across an old toy record player made by Fisher Price in the 1970s, and decided that what it really needed was some new tunes. I got thinking about it, reverse engineered the way it was encoded. More people have a 3D printer or have access to one. And even if you don’t, once you have the STL file, there are plenty of places that will bring your creation to life and mail you a physical copy.” – Fred27

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